Nylamp Wasi Surf Camp
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Having spent a few chilly nights in the Andes, we welcome the warmth of the coast. Huanchaco is very popular with both local and international tourists, especially surfers as the waves are good and the lifestyle laid back.
I pass up the opportunity of surf lessons as I'm feeling particularly lazy at this point, and from what I can remember …
Yesterday was a cool one. I sat around Starbucks stealing their internet (****ers, don't sue my state!) and then hit the bus late in the day to Mira Flores. I don't like the Mira Flores area (it's just like every overly touristy area in every touristy city) but I agreed to meet my friend Melissa there for dinner and to walk around a bit. The only cool thing that isn't overpriced in Mira Flores is Kennedy Park, where ...
... some kind of juice, was not so tasty. You could taste a lot of the tequila and not much else. *shudders* Tequila has been officially ruined for me. ChundersVille was visited that night and still the sheer smell of tequila makes me gag. Except for Inka Tekilla. Cos... well... I had drank enough rum at that point to drown out the taste of the shot. This night ended far earlier than the Friday before. I got in a taxi and was home and in bed by 2am. Ahhhh.
No sign of Gus at the hostel, he is still in the hospital. He didnt get discharged this morning. Hostel reception let me know he was still down there and visiting time was from 11. Me and Ross the other guy in our room went down to visit him. Gus was alot better than he was last night, that didnt take much effort though. When he fell he didnt bash his head but im convinced he must of because he seems to think he is fine and will manage ...
... denying. How had this strange dogma, this strange case of denial, come about?
I think it can be attributed to adopting the wrong model in our attempts to understand what we were looking at. We can only ever understand anything by comparing it with something else that we think we already understand better. All understanding is in this sense provisional, a matter of observing similarities and differences with something we already think we know. We had modeled ...